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Halloween Fireworks & Your Pet

October 21, 2016

FIREWORKS AND YOUR PET – Advice from the USPCA It’s October and Halloween with its flare-up of fireworks is almost with us. Many pets are fearful of fireworks. Unexpected flashes and explosions cause insecurity and fear. They show this in their …

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Puppies Seized in Cairnryan Overnight

July 28, 2016

USPCA Welfare Officers play a key role in Operation Delphin, a multiagency initiative intended to bring an end to the illegal trade in pups.

It was USPCA intelligence played a key role to the seizure of a consignment of twenty pups by our colleagues in Scotland.

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Puppies Rescued from Illegal Traffickers

June 30, 2016

The USPCA, in a joint operation with the Scottish, Irish and Dublin SPCA’s, have rescued a consignment of puppies trafficked illegally through Northern Ireland. It was USPCA intelligence that led to the seizure of the consignment of ten pups. The creatures, which began life in puppy farms in the Republic of Ireland, were rescued in the port of Cairnryan having been ferried there by dealers using their route of choice….

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USPCA Launch Puppy Trafficking Shame Campaign

USPCA Launch Puppy Trafficking Shame Campaign The USPCA launched a major campaign today to highlight the growing shameful trade in designer puppies bought from illegal breeders each year. They have provided essential guidelines for new owners to guard against buying …

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USPCA 180th Annual General Meeting

March 22, 2016

USPCA Members today attended the 180th Annual General Meeting at Lough Neagh Discovery Centre, Oxford Island. Helen Wilson welcomed members to the Society’s 180th Annual General Meeting today at the Lough Neagh Discovery Centre at Oxford Island. USPCA Chairperson Helen …

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